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Praise God for another successful water project in Zambia! For as long as the village of Chilimbika existed, the people had no safe water. The women had to get up before dawn to fetch water from a filthy open pit riddled with disease. But no more! Now the villagers sing and dance for joy. They… read more
Why concern ourselves with overseas poverty? The answer is this bucket of yellow water. Shortly after this photo was taken, this water, scooped from a hole in a dry creek bed in the Dominican Republic, was carried along a dirt path, poured into a glass and served to a child. If God’s love is in… read more
Today we celebrate World Water Day — a day to recognize the critical importance of fresh, safe water. The idea for this special day was suggested to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in 1992, and on March 22, 1993, the first World Water Day was declared. This year marks the 25th anniversary of… read more
Recently, when I was on a mission trip in Nicaragua, I was struck by how subdued all the little children were at each of my stops. I could certainly understand. After all, I would be intimidated if strangers walked into my village. But one would think you would still meet one or two outgoing kids.… read more